Want to maintain a comfortable temperature throughout your property? Make sure your heat pump is working up to speed. If you’re experiencing problems, contact Anytime Plumbing, LLC for immediate repair or replacement in Las Vegas and surrounding areas.
What are the Benefits of an Efficient Heat Pump?
Your heat pump works by moving cool air away from your home and bringing warm air inside during the winter months. During warmer weather, it does the complete opposite to ensure comfortable temperatures.
The benefits are numerous. Since heat pumps do not release carbon dioxide, they are perfect for our environment. They also stabilize the humidity levels in a building. The length of time that you must run the standard cooling and heating system will be reduced, which will reduce your gas or electric bill.
Need to Replace Your Heat Pump?
You may have a heat pump that is on its last leg and needing replacement. When you contact our technicians for help, we will first examine the problem and determine if a repair is possible. If you will benefit from a complete unit replacement, we will help you find the right unit for your property.
Signs it’s time to replace your heat pump:
- Notice an increase in our energy bills? You may not have made any adjustments to your temperature setting, but if your heat pump is failing its energy requirement will increase. Let us help you find a more efficient unit for decreased energy costs.
- Another problem sign to look out for is loud or unusual sounds coming from your unit. While all heat pumps make a slight sound, unfamiliar noises indicate a problem; depending on the issue, your unit may need to be replaced.
- If your unit is over 15 years old and requires frequent or extensive repairs, it will be more cost effective to opt for a replacement.
Is the humidity in your home rising? This doesn’t automatically require professional assistance. It could simply mean that you need to check the settings on your system. However, if your thermostat settings are not the problem, an increase in humidity may signal a problem with your heat pump that will need to be inspected by your technician.